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BOOKS AND CATALOGUES



Black Artists in British Art: A History from 1950 to the Present
By Eddie Chambers; published by I.B. Tauris, (London and New York, 2014) ISBN 978-1-7807-6271-5

Stick to the Skin: African American and Black British Art, 1965-2015. By Celeste-Maria Bernier; published by University of California Press (Oakland California, 2019) ISBN 978-0520286535

The Haitian Revolution in the Literary Imagination
By Philip K Kaisary; published by University of Virginia Press, (London and Charlottesville, 2014) ISBN 978-0-8139-3546-1

African Futures
By Lien Heidenreich-Seleme and Sean O’Toole (editors); published by Kerber, (Bielefeld, 2016) ISBN 978-3-7356-0186-5

Offline: Between Transits and Journeys
By Andreia Páscoa and Mónica de Miranda (editors); published by XEREM Associação Cultural, (Lisbon, 2014) ISBN 978-989-97183-1-9

Class Wargames: Ludic subversion against spectacular capitalism
By Richard Barbrook; Released by Minor Compositions; distributed by Autonomedia (New York, Oct 2014) ISBN 978-1-57027-293-6

Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead
By David Dibosa, Tessa Jackson, Carol Tulloch & Grant Watson; published by Iniva, (London, 2012) ISBN 978-1-899846-54-6

Art History for Filmmakers: The Art of Visual Storytelling
By Gillian McIver published by Bloomsbury Academic (London & New York, 2016) ISBN 978-1472580658

Fine Arts 2011-2012
By Jacopo Benci (editor); published by the British School at Rome, (Rome, 2012) ISBN 978-0-904152-64-7

29th Bienal Documentation
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias; published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2011) ISBN 978-85-85298-37-1

29th Bienal Catalogue
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias (editors); published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2010) ISBN 978-85-85298-33-3


MEDIA ARTICLES



2019 ↗︎ A-N, Kimathi Donkor wins Art Projects Artist Award at London Art Fair

2019 ↗︎ Art Daily Kimathi Donkor wins De’Longhi Art Projects Artist Award 2019

2018 ↗︎ Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, Tracing Trans-Atlantic Slavery in Kimathi Donkor’s UK Diaspora Feature by Celeste-Marie Bernier

2018 ↗︎ Studio International, Tania Kovats and Kimathi Donkor discuss drawing practice and education Feature by MK Palomar

2017 ↗︎ Omenka, Review: Diaspora Pavillion Closing by Oyin Olaniyan

2017 ↗︎ Artnet News, 6 Must-See Artists at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair review by Brian Boucher

2017 ↗︎ Culture Matters, Beyond the boundaries: A review of the Diaspora Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale by Phil Brett

2017 ↗︎ Africanah.Org, The Diaspora Pavilion in Venice by Robert Roos

2017 ↗︎ A-N, A Q&A with… Kimathi Donkor, Diaspora Pavilion artist at Venice Biennale 2017 by Fisun Güner

2017 ↗︎ This Is: Contemporary Art Magazine, Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time

2017 ↗︎ C&, Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time

2016 ↗︎ Omenka Magazine, In conversation with Kimathi Donkor

2015 ↗︎ Art Africa, In conversation with Kimathi Donkor

2015 ↗︎ Destiny Connect, Setting Up New Relationships review by Mary Corrigall

2015 ↗︎ The Times of South Africa, Princess Politics—Women on top: Subverting subordination review by Mary Corrigall

2015 ↗︎ Mail & Guardian, Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take

2015 ↗︎ Lacuna, An interview with Kimathi Donkor by Philip Kaisary

2013 ↗︎ Visual Culture in Britain, Reading the Riot Act by Eddie Chambers

2013 ↗︎ FAD, Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist review and interview by Yvette Greslé

2013 ↗︎ Absolutely, Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview

2013 The Voice,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview

2013 The Guardian,
Jonathan Jones blog

2013 ↗︎ Arise TV, Arts and Culture Show interview with Hannah Pool

2012 ↗︎ Frieze Magazine, Queens of the Undead review by Lara Pawson (Archived)

2012 ↗︎ Art Forum, Queens of the Undead review by Asitha Nagesh

2012 ↗︎ ArtInfo, Queens of the Undead review by Coline Milliard

2012 ↗︎ Buala, Queens of the Undead review

2012 ↗︎ The Guardian newspaper, The Black Ghosts Haunting Downtown Abbey Op-Ed by Lara Pawson

2012 ↗︎ Studio International, Retelling history through art – an interview with Kimathi Donkor by Caroline Menezes

2012, Africa 21,
Queens of the Undead review

2012 ↗︎ Hackney Citizen, Queens of the Undead review

2012, Resonance FM,
African Essence

2012 ↗︎ The Voice, Resurrecting the Past Feature by Hazelanne Williams

2012 ↗︎ www.MsAfropolitan.com, Queens of the Undead Review by Minna Salami

2012, Guardian Series (North London),
Queens of the Undead review

2012, Destination Hackney,
Queens of the Undead review

2012, Iniva,
Queens of the Undead interview

2012,
Class Wargames, Online interview

2011, www.theoctopusjournal.org,
Imaging and Re-Imagining the Neo-Liberal: Brixton and its Discontents

2010, www.estadao.com.br,
Início do conteúdo O americano que provoca na bienal

2010, Les Echos,
On a retrouvé les tableaux de Michel Houellebecq

2010, Agencia Brasil,
Sao Paulo Biennial review

2010, The Art Newspaper,
Sao Paulo Biennial preview

2010, Murmurart.com,
Askew in the Garden of Desire review

2010, Colour Code,
Visual Memories of Slavery...,

2008, Kola E-Zine, Haiti article

2008, Colourful Radio Nina Jones show,
Hawkins & Co Interview

2008, Liverpool Metro,
Hawkins & Co Review

2008 ↗︎ Nerve, Hawkins & Co Review

2007, Nubiart Sound Radio,
Hawkins & Co Review

2007, Freedom Songs, ‘
Toussaint at Bedourette’ reproduction

2007↗︎ Culture 24, Hawkins & Co Review by Sara Allen

2007, Colourful Radio,
Afternoon Delight interview

2006, Untold London,
Telltale Review

2005, Art Knowledge News,
Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition

2005 ↗︎ Art Daily Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition

2005, ArtsHub,
Art Thought & Memory

2005, Time Out,
Brixton gallery raided by the Met

2005, BBC London Radio, Dotun Adebayo Show
Interview

2005 ↗︎ BBC Nottingham, Caribbean Passion Review by Kamali Melbourne

2005, Black Heritage Today,
Justice in a Brush stroke

2004, New Nation,
Our History on Canvas

2004, London Evening Standard, Metro
Pick of the Week

1985, City Limits,
Creation for Liberation Review



BOOKS AND CATALOGUES



Black Artists in British Art: A History from 1950 to the Present
By Eddie Chambers; published by I.B. Tauris, (London and New York, 2014) ISBN 978-1-7807-6271-5

Stick to the Skin: African American and Black British Art, 1965-2015. By Celeste-Maria Bernier; published by University of California Press (Oakland California, 2019) ISBN 978-0520286535

The Haitian Revolution in the Literary Imagination
By Philip K Kaisary; published by University of Virginia Press, (London and Charlottesville, 2014) ISBN 978-0-8139-3546-1

African Futures
By Lien Heidenreich-Seleme and Sean O’Toole (editors); published by Kerber, (Bielefeld, 2016) ISBN 978-3-7356-0186-5

Offline: Between Transits and Journeys
By Andreia Páscoa and Mónica de Miranda (editors); published by XEREM Associação Cultural, (Lisbon, 2014) ISBN 978-989-97183-1-9

Class Wargames: Ludic subversion against spectacular capitalism
By Richard Barbrook; Released by Minor Compositions; distributed by Autonomedia (New York, Oct 2014) ISBN 978-1-57027-293-6

Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead
By David Dibosa, Tessa Jackson, Carol Tulloch & Grant Watson; published by Iniva, (London, 2012) ISBN 978-1-899846-54-6

Art History for Filmmakers: The Art of Visual Storytelling
By Gillian McIver published by Bloomsbury Academic (London & New York, 2016) ISBN 978-1472580658

Fine Arts 2011-2012
By Jacopo Benci (editor); published by the British School at Rome, (Rome, 2012) ISBN 978-0-904152-64-7

29th Bienal Documentation
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias; published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2011) ISBN 978-85-85298-37-1

29th Bienal Catalogue
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias (editors); published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2010) ISBN 978-85-85298-33-3


MEDIA ARTICLES



2019 ↗︎ A-N, Kimathi Donkor wins Art Projects Artist Award at London Art Fair

2019 ↗︎ Art Daily Kimathi Donkor wins De’Longhi Art Projects Artist Award 2019

2018 ↗︎ Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, Tracing Trans-Atlantic Slavery in Kimathi Donkor’s UK Diaspora Feature by Celeste-Marie Bernier

2018 ↗︎ Studio International, Tania Kovats and Kimathi Donkor discuss drawing practice and education Feature by MK Palomar

2017 ↗︎ Omenka, Review: Diaspora Pavillion Closing by Oyin Olaniyan

2017 ↗︎ Artnet News, 6 Must-See Artists at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair review by Brian Boucher

2017 ↗︎ Culture Matters, Beyond the boundaries: A review of the Diaspora Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale by Phil Brett

2017 ↗︎ Africanah.Org, The Diaspora Pavilion in Venice by Robert Roos

2017 ↗︎ A-N, A Q&A with… Kimathi Donkor, Diaspora Pavilion artist at Venice Biennale 2017 by Fisun Güner

2017 ↗︎ This Is: Contemporary Art Magazine, Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time

2017 ↗︎ C&, Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time

2016 ↗︎ Omenka Magazine, In conversation with Kimathi Donkor

2015 ↗︎ Art Africa, In conversation with Kimathi Donkor

2015 ↗︎ Destiny Connect, Setting Up New Relationships review by Mary Corrigall

2015 ↗︎ The Times of South Africa, Princess Politics—Women on top: Subverting subordination review by Mary Corrigall

2015 ↗︎ Mail & Guardian, Gallery Momo: No titles enables your own take

2015 ↗︎ Lacuna, An interview with Kimathi Donkor by Philip Kaisary

2013 ↗︎ Visual Culture in Britain, Reading the Riot Act by Eddie Chambers

2013 ↗︎ FAD, Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist review and interview by Yvette Greslé

2013 ↗︎ Absolutely, Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview

2013 The Voice,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview

2013 The Guardian,
Jonathan Jones blog

2013 ↗︎ Arise TV, Arts and Culture Show interview

2012 ↗︎ Frieze Magazine, Queens of the Undead review (Archived)

2012 ↗︎ Art Forum, Queens of the Undead review by Asitha Nagesh

2012 ↗︎ ArtInfo, Queens of the Undead review by Coline Milliard

2012 ↗︎ Buala, Queens of the Undead review

2012 ↗︎ The Guardian newspaper, The Black Ghosts Haunting Downtown Abbey Op-Ed by Lara Pawson

2012 ↗︎ Studio International, Retelling history through art – an interview with Kimathi Donkor by Caroline Menezes

2012, Africa 21,
Queens of the Undead review

2012, Hackney Citizen,
Queens of the Undead review

2012, Resonance FM,
African Essence

2012 ↗︎ The Voice, Resurrecting the Past

2012 ↗︎ www.MsAfropolitan.com, Queens of the Undead (review by Minna Salami)

2012, Guardian Series (North London),
Queens of the Undead review

2012, Destination Hackney,
Queens of the Undead review

2012, Iniva,
Queens of the Undead interview

2012,
Class Wargames, Online interview

2011, www.theoctopusjournal.org,
Imaging and Re-Imagining the Neo-Liberal: Brixton and its Discontents

2010, www.estadao.com.br,
Início do conteúdo O americano que provoca na bienal

2010, Les Echos,
On a retrouvé les tableaux de Michel Houellebecq

2010, Agencia Brasil,
Sao Paulo Biennial review

2010, The Art Newspaper,
Sao Paulo Biennial preview

2010, Murmurart.com,
Askew in the Garden of Desire review

2010, Colour Code,
Visual Memories of Slavery...,

2008, Kola E-Zine, Haiti article

2008, Colourful Radio Nina Jones show,
Hawkins & Co Interview

2008, Liverpool Metro,
Hawkins & Co Review

2008 ↗︎ Nerve, Hawkins & Co Review

2007, Nubiart Sound Radio,
Hawkins & Co Review

2007, Freedom Songs, ‘
Toussaint at Bedourette’ reproduction

2007↗︎ Culture 24, Hawkins & Co Review by Sara Allen

2007, Colourful Radio,
Afternoon Delight interview

2006, Untold London,
Telltale Review

2005, Art Knowledge News,
Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition

2005 ↗︎ Art Daily Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition

2005, ArtsHub,
Art Thought & Memory

2005, Time Out,
Brixton gallery raided by the Met

2005, BBC London Radio, Dotun Adebayo Show
Interview

2005 ↗︎ BBC Nottingham, Caribbean Passion Review by Kamali Melbourne

2005, Black Heritage Today,
Justice in a Brush stroke

2004, New Nation,
Our History on Canvas

2004, London Evening Standard, Metro
Pick of the Week

1985, City Limits,
Creation for Liberation Review